The Sexy Six- Cropper User Poll

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  1. tuco418

    tuco418 Older and wiser than you

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    Final Poll results for the 2012 season

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    1. Notre Dame (59 points)
    2. Ohio State (57)
    3. Southern Cal (38)
    4. Michigan (26)
    5. Alabama (22)
    6. Oregon (18)

    Six points were given for a first place vote, five for second, and so on. Eleven votes were cast. Although the Buckeyes eked out a 21-20 win over the Irish in the title game, Crop users voted Notre Dame the top team in the first season of NCAA 13. Perhaps it was the nation's toughest schedule and best record did for the Irish or rather it was that some voters penalized the Buckeyes for ending the season on probation. Notre Dame pulled off the top ranking despite having four first place votes to Ohio State's seven. Stanford and Miami also received votes.
     
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  2. GSUtiger

    GSUtiger GEAUX TIGERS!!

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    The Irish doing big things!!!! She can paint my dome anytime...Great season Dave
     
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    Final Poll results for the 2013 season

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    1. Oregon (42 points)
    2. Alabama (28)
    3. Stanford (25)
    4. Notre Dame (23)
    5. Michigan State (22)
    6. Miami (4)

    Six points were given for a first place vote, five for second, and so on. Seven votes were cast. The Oregon Ducks were a unanimous selection as the top team in season two of the Cream of the Crop. The Ducks went a perfect 5-0 in user games on their way to a sparkling 14-0 ledger. Spots two thru five were very close, separated by just six total points. Southern Cal, Michigan and Auburn also received votes.
     
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    Final Poll results for the 2014 season

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    1. Oregon (68 points)
    2. Michigan State (62)
    3. Alabama (45)
    4. Florida (30)
    5. Stanford (16)
    6. Notre Dame (15)

    Six points were given for a first place vote, five for second, and so on. All Crop members voted, so twelve polls were cast. The Oregon Ducks won their second consecutive BCS championship and second conescutive Sexy6 title. Although the Ducks were a unamious pick last year, that was not the case in 2014. Michigan State got four first place votes, likely on the strength of the league's best record which included a win over Oregon in the regular season. Bama and Florida both were decisive picks in their respective spots. Georgia, Miami, Michigan and Washington also received votes.
     
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  5. Iron Mickey

    Iron Mickey I'd take her out for some casadias

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    Surprised anyone voted for Miami
     
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    Final Poll results for the 2015 season

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    1. Southern Cal (54 points)
    2. Notre Dame (41)
    3. Michigan State (29)
    4. Oregon (17)
    5. Stanford (15)
    6. Florida (14)

    Six points were given for a first place vote, five for second, and so on. Nine votes were cast. In one of the great turn-arounds in Cream of the Crop history, Coach GSU and his Southern California Trojans cap off a dream season with a unamious selection as the top team in the Sexy Six. The Men of Troy struggled in 2013 and 2014 with 7-6 and 6-7 records. But it all came together for Coach GSU in 2015 with a sparkling 12-1 record and a BCS Championship. Alabama, Miami and Washington also received votes.
     
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